Specialist Family and Deceased Estates Lawyers

Family Lawyers Melbourne

When going through separation and the subsequent family law processes to follow; divorce, property settlement, parenting arrangements etc, the supports you have around you make all the difference.

Probate and Estate Ligitation Lawyers Melbourne

Probate and estate litigation is often referred to as deceased estates law. It includes a range of services from administration of deceased estates, disputes between executors to contesting a Will and more. We have probate and estate administration and estate litigation lawyers able to assist you with all services related to a deceased estate.

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A guide to family law property settlement

A guide to family law property settlement

When couples separate, they usually need to divide up the property between them. This is known as property settlement in family law. Contrary to urban myth, there is no presumption at law that property will be distributed equally. That is, it’s not simply a 50:50 split.
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What is the difference between child support and adult child maintenance?

What is the difference between child support and adult child maintenance?

We look at the difference between child support and adult child maintenance and how they are calculated. In a nutshell, child support is paid by one parent to another for children under 18 years old, while adult child maintenance is paid for children over 18.
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Visibility of superannuation assets during family law property settlement

Visibility of superannuation assets during family law property settlement

It’s important to consider the superannuation held by both parties as part of any property settlement negotiations. But what if a party does not disclose, or under-discloses, their superannuation interests?
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Significant changes to the Family Law Act effective from May 2024

Significant changes to the Family Law Act effective from May 2024

In October 2023, the Australian Parliament passed major changes to how parenting matters are dealt with in family law. These changes come into effect from May 2024. Importantly, they are NOT retrospective. Learn more about how these changes may impact parenting matters.
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